Monthly Archives: November 2013

Do You Have Fleet Dispatchers or a Logistics Operation? Watch This About Cheetah!

I’ve been familiar with Cheetah solutions for several years, but recently had the opportunity to revisit their capabilities. Think dynamic route and logistics optimization. Think of doubling the number of drivers each dispatcher can comfortably handle. Think centralized dispatch. Imagine drivers being automatically rerouted without dispatcher intervention based on what they have on their truck.… Read More »

Power Nappers Rejoice! Behold the Amazing Ostrich Pillow.

Here’s another interesting invention that leveraged KickStarter crowd-funding to get it’s feet off the ground. It’s aptly named the Ostrich Pillow. It’s a micro environment in which to take a warm and comfortable power nap at ease. It is neither a pillow, nor cushion, bed or garment, but a bit of each all at the same time. It’s soothing… Read More »

Did You Know You Can Use Your Favorite Android Apps on a PC or Mac?

BlueStacks App Player lets you run apps from your phone fast and fullscreen on Windows and Mac. It’s also free. BlueStack simulates an Android device. The ‘virtual device’ it’s pretending to be shows up in my Google Play account as a GT-N7000 which is more commonly known as a Samsung Note. If you weren’t aware,… Read More »

Hacking the Creative Brain

I just spent a half hour looking through this  presentation given by Denise Jacobs, an evangelist and TedX presenter. There is plenty of food for thought and inspiration to stir your thoughts. Definitely worth taking a look. Get those alpha waves streaming people! I’m off to engage in a little mindless activity so I can… Read More »